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Mason Tractor Co. Celebrates Opening of Norcross Branch

Mon March 26, 2018 - Southeast Edition #7
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Mason Tractor Co. second- and fourth-generation leadership turned out for the event including (L-R) Bill, Margaret and Will Mason.
Mason Tractor Co. second- and fourth-generation leadership turned out for the event including (L-R) Bill, Margaret and Will Mason.
Mason Tractor Co. second- and fourth-generation leadership turned out for the event including (L-R) Bill, Margaret and Will Mason. 
(L-R): Charles Gershowitz of Schiller Ground Care, Charlotte, N.C.; Andrew Pieplow, Florida Outdoor Equipment, Orlando, Fla.; and Bill Mason Sr. talk about all of the various manufacturer products available at this location.  
Mason Tractor’s Bandit chipper specialist, Randy Rawlins served as “grill master” for the day.  
(L-R): Hank Thacker, Kubota, turf product specialist; Ryan Duncan, Kubota, division support specialist; Bill Dale, Mason Tractor Co., general manager of Norcross, Ga., location; and Mike Stanley, Kubota, construction equipment business development manager, came out to support the event. 
(L-R): Mason Tractor’s parts manager Harry Clark talks with some of his regular customers, James McCaa and Jim Smith, both of Gwinnett County, Ga., Public Schools, Lawrenceville, Ga.  
(L-R): Abel Barrita and Edgar Gonzales, both of Aztec Landscape Services, Norcross, Ga.; Hank Thacker of Kubota; and Marty Cape of Mason Tractor, demo a sale-priced Kubota Z726X zero turn turf machine. 
Leroy Scheer (L), independent contractor based in Kennesaw, Ga., took advantage of the day’s special pricing and purchased this Bandit ZT1844 stump grinder. Helping him is  Randy Rawlins, Mason Tractor forestry division specialist.
(L-R): Mason Tractor’s Mark Altwies and Kubota’s Mike Stanley speak with a regular Kubota buyer, Jeremy Myers of MMG Inc., Atlanta, Ga. 
Despite the rain storms throughout the day, customers and prospects steadily streamed into the Mason Tractor facility on Buford Hwy. in Norcross, Ga.

Mason Tractor Co. held its official grand opening event on Feb. 28 at its newest facility in Norcross, Ga. Although the branch officially opened at the end of last Spring, the company decided to make this a combination grand opening and open house event to showcase its facility and to enjoy lunch and a day of fun with the company's customers and friends. Special pricing and financing deals were available to all those that turned out for the event. Food, giveaways and live local radio were also a part of the festivities.

Bill Dale, general manager of the Norcross, Ga., location was glad to have representatives and support for the event from such manufacturers as Kubota construction and turf, Shindaiwa handheld tools, Classen landscape products and Bandit.

“Things have gone very well at this location,” said Dale. “In the short amount of time that we've been open here in Norcross, we've exceeded our expectations. It's been a learning process on this side of town, and we're constantly looking at adding more lines to accommodate our customer's needs. A rapid growth here has also required the addition of employees to our staff, and we're all looking forward to a successful 2018.”

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